2019AJ....158...35S


Query : 2019AJ....158...35S

2019AJ....158...35S - Astron. J., 158, 35-35 (2019/July-0)

The Swift UVOT Stars Survey. III. Photometry and color-magnitude diagrams of 103 Galactic open clusters.

SIEGEL M.H., LAPORTE S.J., PORTERFIELD B.L., HAGEN L.M.Z. and GRONWALL C.A.

Abstract (from CDS):

As part of the Swift/Ultraviolet-Optical Telescope Stars Survey, we present near-ultraviolet (NUV; 3000-1700 Å) point-source photometry for 103 Galactic open clusters. These data, taken over the span of the mission, provide a unique and unprecedented set of NUV point-source photometry on simple stellar populations. After applying a membership analysis fueled mostly by Gaia DR2 proper motions, we find that 49 of these 103 have clear precise color-magnitude diagrams (CMDs) amenable to investigation. We compare the CMDs to theoretical isochrones and find good agreement between the theoretical isochrones and the CMDs. The exceptions are the fainter parts of the main sequence and the red giant branch in the uvw2 - uvw1 CMDs, which is most likely due to either the difficulty of correcting for the red leak in the uvw2 filter or limitations in our understanding of UV opacities for cool stars. For the most part, our derived cluster parameters-age, distance, and reddening-agree with the consensus literature, but we find a few clusters that warrant substantial revision from literature values, notably NGC 2304, NGC 2343, NGC 2360, NGC 2396, NGC 2428, NGC 2509, NGC 2533, NGC 2571, NGC 2818, Collinder 220, and NGC 6939. A number of these are clusters in the third Galactic quadrant, where previous studies may have mistaken the disk sequence for the cluster. However, the Gaia DR2 proper motions clearly favor a different sequence. A number of clusters also show white dwarf and blue straggler sequences. We confirm the presence of extended main-sequence turnoffs in NGC 2360 and NGC 2818 and show hints of them in a number of other clusters that may warrant future spectroscopic study. Most of the clusters in the study have low extinction, and the rest are well fit by a "Milky Way-like" extinction law. However, Collinder 220 hints at a possible "LMC-like" extinction law. We finally provide a comprehensive point-source catalog to the community as a tool for future investigation.

Abstract Copyright: © 2019. The American Astronomical Society. All rights reserved.

Journal keyword(s): open clusters and associations: general - stars: early-type - stars: general

VizieR on-line data: <Available at CDS (J/AJ/158/35): table1.dat table2.dat>

Simbad objects: 112

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Number of rows : 112
N Identifier Otype ICRS (J2000)
RA
ICRS (J2000)
DEC
Mag U Mag B Mag V Mag R Mag I Sp type #ref
1850 - 2023
#notes
1 Cl Blanco 1 OpC 00 03 25 -29 57.5           ~ 293 0
2 M 31 G 00 42 44.330 +41 16 07.50 4.86 4.36 3.44     ~ 12110 1
3 NGC 188 OpC 00 47 12 +85 14.6           ~ 885 0
4 NGC 752 OpC 01 56 54 +37 47.6           ~ 608 0
5 IC 1805 OpC 02 32 50 +61 28.3   7.03 6.5     ~ 507 2
6 NGC 1039 OpC 02 42 07 +42 43.3           ~ 406 0
7 NAME Magellanic Clouds GrG 03 00 -71.0           ~ 6567 1
8 Cl Melotte 25 OpC 04 29 47 +16 56.9           ~ 2929 0
9 NGC 1896 OpC 05 25.7 +29 18           ~ 14 1
10 NGC 1996 OpC 05 38.0 +25 46           ~ 16 1
11 NAME 30 Dor Nebula SFR 05 38 36.0 -69 05 11           ~ 1131 2
12 NGC 2143 OpC 06 03.1 +05 46           ~ 15 1
13 NGC 2184 OpC 06 06.8 -02 00           ~ 31 1
14 NGC 2180 OpC 06 09 48 +04 48.4   9.0       ~ 21 0
15 NGC 2192 OpC 06 15 17 +39 50.8     10.9     ~ 45 0
16 NGC 2204 OpC 06 15 32 -18 40.2   9.35 8.6     ~ 145 0
17 NGC 2243 OpC 06 29 35 -31 16.9   10.12 9.4     ~ 255 0
18 NGC 2240 OpC 06 33 10 +35 15.0           ~ 25 1
19 NGC 2251 OpC 06 34 43 +08 20.2   7.69 7.3     ~ 109 0
20 NGC 2252 OpC 06 35 01.10 +05 25 13.4     7.7     ~ 25 0
21 NGC 2270 OpC 06 43 57 +03 28.7           ~ 23 1
22 M 41 OpC 06 46 00 -20 43.0   4.89 4.5     ~ 268 0
23 NGC 2281 OpC 06 48 22 +41 03.6   6.05 5.4     ~ 144 0
24 Cl Berkeley 75 OpC 06 49 00 -23 59.9           ~ 56 0
25 NGC 2301 OpC 06 51 46 +00 27.9   6.30 6.0     ~ 153 0
26 Cl Berkeley 29 OpC 06 53 04.2 +16 55 39   14.3       ~ 167 0
27 NGC 2306 OpC 06 54 25 -07 12.3           ~ 19 0
28 NGC 2304 OpC 06 55 00.9 +18 01 14     10.0     ~ 38 0
29 Cl Berkeley 31 OpC 06 57 37 +08 17.1           ~ 121 0
30 NGC 2319 OpC 07 00 32 +03 02.6           ~ 14 1
31 Cl Haffner 2 OpC 07 03 06 -20 49.2           ~ 125 0
32 NGC 2343 OpC 07 08 07 -10 37.1   7.05 6.7     ~ 78 0
33 HD 54387 * 07 08 16.0832334480 -10 37 25.831188012   9.72 8.46     G8/K1III+(F/G) 17 0
34 NGC 2355 OpC 07 16 59 +13 46.3     9.7     ~ 95 0
35 NGC 2358 OpC 07 17 03 -17 08.6           ~ 29 1
36 NGC 2360 OpC 07 17 46 -15 37.9           ~ 187 0
37 NGC 2367 OpC 07 20 07 -21 52.0           ~ 69 0
38 Cl Berkeley 37 OpC 07 20 18 -01 00.1           ~ 23 0
39 NAME Saurer A Cluster OpC 07 20.9 +01 48           ~ 64 0
40 NGC 2374 OpC 07 24 04 -13 14.1   8.46 8.0     ~ 49 0
41 Cl Melotte 66 OpC 07 26 18 -47 41.1   8.73       ~ 192 0
42 NGC 2395 OpC 07 27 06 +13 35.0           ~ 40 0
43 NGC 2396 OpC 07 27 56 -11 43.5     7.4     ~ 30 0
44 NGC 2422 OpC 07 36 35 -14 29.3           ~ 236 0
45 NGC 2423 OpC 07 37 12 -13 51.8           ~ 139 0
46 NGC 2420 OpC 07 38 24 +21 34.5   9.0 8.3     ~ 456 0
47 NGC 2428 OpC 07 39 19 -16 33.0           ~ 30 0
48 NGC 2430 OpC 07 39.6 -16 21           ~ 19 0
49 NGC 2437 OpC 07 41 47 -14 50.6           ~ 154 0
50 NGC 2451A OpC 07 42 57 -38 15.8           ~ 114 0
51 NGC 2447 OpC 07 44 34 -23 51.2           ~ 140 1
52 Cl Berkeley 39 OpC 07 46 48 -04 39.9           ~ 178 1
53 NGC 2477 OpC 07 52 11 -38 32.2   6.64 5.8     ~ 277 0
54 ESO 123-26 OpC 07 52 29 -60 22.4           ~ 22 0
55 NGC 2479 OpC 07 55 03 -17 43.9     9.6     ~ 27 0
56 NGC 2482 OpC 07 55 09 -24 15.8   7.71 7.3     ~ 86 0
57 NGC 2516 OpC 07 58 06 -60 48.0           ~ 671 0
58 NGC 2506 OpC 08 00 02 -10 46.4   8.28 7.6     ~ 255 0
59 NGC 2509 OpC 08 00 48 -19 03.4     9.3     ~ 26 0
60 NGC 2527 OpC 08 04 59 -28 07.3   6.81 6.5     ~ 95 0
61 NGC 2533 OpC 08 07 06 -29 52.3   8.19 7.6     ~ 60 0
62 NGC 2547 OpC 08 09 52.360 -49 10 35.01           ~ 377 0
63 NGC 2539 OpC 08 10 38 -12 50.0   7.05 6.5     ~ 136 0
64 NGC 2546 OpC 08 12 20 -37 39.7   6.46 6.3     ~ 106 0
65 NGC 2548 OpC 08 13 39 -05 43.6           ~ 169 0
66 NGC 2567 OpC 08 18 35 -30 37.9   7.77 7.4     ~ 87 0
67 NGC 2571 OpC 08 18 54 -29 46.5   7.16 7.0     ~ 74 0
68 NGC 2627 OpC 08 37 14 -29 57.1     8.4     ~ 58 0
69 NGC 2658 OpC 08 43 28 -32 39.7     9.2     ~ 46 0
70 NGC 2669 OpC 08 46 27 -52 55.9   6.35 6.1     ~ 63 0
71 NGC 2682 OpC 08 51 23 +11 48.8           ~ 2234 0
72 NGC 2818 OpC 09 16 07.70 -36 38 09.6           ~ 81 1
73 NGC 2825 GiG 09 19 22.4341968552 +33 44 33.940540536   15.3   13.69   ~ 33 0
74 NGC 2866 OpC 09 22 06 -51 06.0           ~ 21 2
75 NGC 2925 OpC 09 33 17 -53 24.8     8.3     ~ 60 0
76 NGC 3114 OpC 10 02 13 -60 02.5   4.47 4.2     ~ 185 0
77 NGC 3228 OpC 10 21 31 -51 48.8           ~ 77 0
78 Cl Westerlund 2 OpC 10 23 58.1 -57 45 49           ~ 329 0
79 Cl Collinder 220 OpC 10 25 43 -57 55.3           ~ 28 0
80 WR 21a WR* 10 25 56.5024585224 -57 48 43.519215708     12.67     O2If*/WN5 89 0
81 C 1051-620 OpC 10 52 50 -62 18.3           ~ 8 0
82 [KPR2005] 63 OpC 10 55 52 -60 24.6           ~ 13 0
83 Cl Loden 306 OpC 11 06 08 -61 06.0           ~ 19 0
84 NGC 3603 OpC 11 15 11 -61 15.5           ~ 1032 1
85 NGC 3680 OpC 11 25 34 -43 14.4   8.40 7.6     ~ 309 0
86 Cl Loden 372 OpC 11 31 05 -58 30.4           ~ 22 0
87 Cl Melotte 111 OpC 12 24 03 +25 39.1           ~ 454 0
88 Cl Hogg 16 OpC 13 29 18 -61 12.0   8.69 8.4     ~ 64 0
89 Cl Lynga 2 OpC 14 24 21.10 -61 19 21.0   6.65 6.4     ~ 63 0
90 Cl Ruprecht 115 OpC 16 12 52 -52 23.6           ~ 33 0
91 Cl Pismis 22 OpC 16 14 12 -51 52.1           ~ 27 0
92 Cl Westerlund 1 Cl* 16 47 04.00 -45 51 04.9           ~ 527 0
93 Cl HM 1 OpC 17 19 00 -38 49.0           ~ 47 0
94 NGC 6400 OpC 17 40 15 -36 57.4     8.8     ~ 30 0
95 Cl Ruprecht 131 OpC 17 49.2 -29 15           ~ 15 0
96 NGC 6649 OpC 18 33 26 -10 23.9   10.35 8.9     ~ 126 0
97 NGC 6791 OpC 19 20 53 +37 46.7   10.52 9.5     ~ 987 0
98 NGC 6823 OpC 19 43 11 +23 19.3   7.71 7.1     ~ 267 2
99 NGC 6866 OpC 20 03 56 +44 09.5   8.04 7.6     ~ 152 0
100 Cl Alessi 10 OpC 20 04 56 -10 33.3           ~ 31 0
101 NGC 6882 OpC 20 11.8 +26 49     14.1     ~ 73 0
102 Cl Berkeley 87 OpC 20 21 43.01 +37 22 13.8           ~ 124 0
103 NGC 6939 OpC 20 31 40 +60 39.2   8.85 7.8     ~ 153 0
104 Cl Alessi 12 OpC 20 43 30 +23 52.3           ~ 39 0
105 NGC 6991 OpC 20 54 29 +47 24.0           ~ 49 2
106 NGC 7036 OpC 21 10 02 +15 31.1           ~ 16 0
107 NGC 7039 OpC 21 10 39 +45 35.8   8.06 7.6     ~ 62 0
108 Cl Berkeley 55 OpC 21 16 56 +51 45.7           ~ 34 0
109 NGC 7058 OpC 21 21 48 +50 49.3           ~ 30 0
110 NGC 7063 OpC 21 24 29 +36 30.4   7.32 7.0     ~ 84 0
111 NGC 7092 OpC 21 31 33 +48 14.8           ~ 212 0
112 NGC 7209 OpC 22 04 54 +46 30.5   8.24 7.7     ~ 123 0

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